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(5,648 posts)
Fri Feb 12, 2016, 01:35 PM Feb 2016

Recent Post NH State Poll Results

Most of the polling emphasized to date has been the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary polls, and polls of other states have flown under the radar. Now that Iowa and NH are in our rear view mirror, it time to focus on recent polling in the other states. Courtesy of Real.ClearPolitics.com:

Wednesday, February 10

Oklahoma Democratic Presidential Primary (The Oklahoman) Clinton 44, Sanders 28
Clinton +16

Monday, February 8

Arkansas Democratic Presidential Primary (Talk Business/Hendrix College) Clinton 57, Sanders 25
Clinton +32

Michigan Democratic Presidential Primary (FOX 2 Detroit/Mitchell) Clinton 57, Sanders 28
Clinton +29

Michigan Democratic Presidential Primary (IMP/Target Insyght) Clinton 62, Sanders 30
Clinton +32

North Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary (High Point) Clinton 55, Sanders 29
Clinton +26

New York Democratic Presidential Primary (Siena) Clinton 55, Sanders 34
Clinton +21

Friday, February 5

Georgia Democratic Presidential Primary (WSB-TV/Landmark 9) Clinton 63, Sanders 22
Clinton +41

Friday, January 29

Michigan Democratic Presidential Primary (FOX 2 Detroit/Mitchell) Clinton 61, Sanders 34
Clinton +27

Thursday, January 28

South Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary (NBC/WSJ/Marist) Clinton 64, Sanders 27,
Clinton +37

Pennsylvania Democratic Presidential Primary (Franklin & Marshall) Clinton 46, Sanders 29, O'Malley 2
Clinton +17

Wisconsin Democratic Presidential Primary (Marquette) Clinton 45, Sanders 43,
Clinton +2

Texas Democratic Presidential Primary (KTVT-CBS 11) Clinton 50, Sanders 16
Clinton +34

Sunday, January 24

South Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary
CBS News/YouGov
Clinton 60, Sanders 38, O'Malley 0
Clinton +22

Minnesota Democratic Presidential Caucus (Star Tribune/Mason-Dixon) Clinton 59, Sanders 25,
Clinton +34

Friday, January 22

Oklahoma Democratic Presidential Primary (Sooner Poll/News 9/News on 6) Clinton 41, Sanders 16
Clinton +25

Wednesday, January 20

Florida Democratic Presidential Primary (Florida Atlantic University) Clinton 62, Sanders 26,
Clinton +36

North Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary (PPP) Clinton 59, Sanders 26
Clinton +33

Tuesday, January 19

Maryland Democratic Presidential Primary (Gonzales Research) Clinton 40, Sanders 27,
Clinton +13

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Recent Post NH State Poll Results (Original Post) CajunBlazer Feb 2016 OP
Only 1 of those polls is post NH. n/t thomservo Feb 2016 #1
States post NC, not polls post NC CajunBlazer Feb 2016 #6
Many of those are not "recent" SheenaR Feb 2016 #2
Recent is a relative term CajunBlazer Feb 2016 #5
Fantastic! Can't wait! NurseJackie Feb 2016 #3
Thanks for posting Gothmog Feb 2016 #4
Kick CajunBlazer Feb 2016 #7
kicky CajunBlazer Feb 2016 #8


(5,648 posts)
5. Recent is a relative term
Fri Feb 12, 2016, 02:38 PM
Feb 2016

A three week old poll is recent in my view because neither of the candidates have spent much time in the states involved and because previous polls (if any) for these states were really old. On the other hand recently we had more NH polls every day than we could shake a stick at.

Now that the fascination with NH is over, we should see more new polls for Nevada, South Carolina and the 11 SEC state primaries set for February 1st. Also we should start seeing more polls for the big delegate states like New York, California, Texas, etc. I'll report them as the results are made available.

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